Kuala Lumpur: Condo security can use thumbprint scanners for entry checks

Devices which require a thumbprint of the owners or residents before entering a multi-storey building isn’t illegal under the Personal Data Protection Act 2010.  In a written reply in the Dewan Rakyat today, the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia said this action did not contravene the Act if the building management had obtained permission from the owners and residents.      Read the article…………..


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